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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1893.
Km.M tiai * population of about 10,000.
it i* Use County seat of Butler Comity, with
Kour rail Any*. natural gas. and unequalled
rartlitie* for aeoaOwtatua.
Progress oryvrbere; new buildings, new
manufacture*, a growing and prosperous town.
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UTWL ANI) (I EM ERA L.
That this here world's a world of woe
1 don't make no denial,
An' apeak of one who's had his share
Of human grief and trial,
I sometime* wish It was all put,
Bein' so worry driven,
Bat when 1 figg ;r out at last,
I'm glad 1 an. a Hriu'.
Oar troubles come like flies in cake—
There's lots more cake than flies;
There's ten square deals to every lake.
Ten smiles to every sigh;
There's sneaks, but lots of good men, too;
There's boardin', but there's givin',
And that is why I lake this view,
I'm glad I am a-livm'.
f e found that in this vale of tears
The patent proof umbrella
la k'nder caatin' up the fears
Of some poor other tellow.
Don't treasure up your rights an' wrongs,
Don't gruige, bat be forgivin';
Mai e this the chorus of your song:
I'm glad 1 am a livin'.
—Almost every person you meet is com
plaining of the grippe
—lt doesn't take eight quarts to make a
peck of troable.
—Smokers of Christmas cigars should re
member that all is not gold thst glitters.
—One hundred snd nineteen school girls
have written odes on the dying year.
—A man who was run over by a bicycle
says it made him tired.
—When a man is ordered to lake a gait
on it is nonsense for him to take offense.
—A msn never realises bow much
poverty there is in the world until he tries
to borrow a dollar.
—"Yon are standing me up" is the latest
phrase with the man who suspects that be
is being fooled.
Andrew Carnegie has agreed to dupli
cate all contributions to the needy of Pitts
burg, up to $5,000 a day.
—The Cowen Orchestra of Tarentum gave
a fine ball in the new opera house in Sai
oaburg, one evening last week.
—J. C. Breaden, Esq., of Clay twp , will
have a sale of personal property next Fri
day. Charley intends moving to W. >san
—Tbe new L 0 0. P. Hall at Freeport
was dedicated last Friday evening. S. F.
Bowser, Esq., made tbe dedication
—Venus, who is now tbe evening star, is
a glorieas object in tbe western sky just
after twilight. She will reach her greatest
brilliancy on the oth of January.
—AI Heck spends a hundred dollars
every year in calendars and pictures He
baa a beautiful assortment of them for bis
customers tbis season.
—Lent comes unusually early next year
beginning Feb. 7. Palm Ban day is
March 18, Good Friday Marcb 23, and
Faster Sunday Marclj 25—a little too early
for new spring bonnets.
—Should Utah be admitted as one of the
States, tbe residents of the new Bute
should endeaver to fall into line and re
strict themselves to one country, one flag
and one wife.
—ln a recent issue of a county paper
was tbis well intended but unbappy cor
rection: "Tbe announcement of tbe death
of Mr. John Sedgwick reached us from a
usually trustworthy correspondent,and we
regret that he appears to bare been misin
—The Pittsburg Commercial Gazette
offers eight beaatitul water color scenes
from tbe Midway Plaisance of tbe World's
Pair by tbe cetebrated artist, W. H. Crane,
for every subscription to its weekly. The
pictures are gems acd will ornament any
parlor. They will be delivered free ol
charge upon receipt ol address aud sub
—Oar storekeepers did a good business
last Saturday, several of them doing from
four to six hundred dollars. The streets of
Pittsburg were crowded that day, Fifth
Ave., Market and Sixth streets being al
most impassible, and some of the larger
■tores were doing a tremendous business.
One would hardly have supposed from the
crowds ol shoppers on the streets atl.i in
tbe stores that there were thousands of
starving people in tbe two cities, and yet
there was a crowd around the charity
office on Sixth Ave.
—Dr. Bchaeffer, superintendent of public
instruction,urges some very strong reasons
against tbe custom of holding electious in
the school houses He points out many
lerious objections to this practice besides
the loss of time. He said if the children
return on the morning after the election so
that a third day may not be lost, they
sometimes find the floor covered with
tobacco jaice and all sorts of rubbish, or
newly scrubbed and in the process of dry
ing. When evening comes one child may
have croup, another sore throat, another a
cough, and at the close of every election
some children are carried to the cemetery.
—A Bailor and • Portemviile man ha<l a
great time with a young fellow from Por
t«r*ville laxt Tharitday eveniug. Tbit
young man came to Butler with a horse
and buggy, and ho got drank—very drunk.
That uveuing he had hi* borae hitched up,
and bo *t»rt«d off at a rattling gait; and it
•o happened that the Butter and porter*
Title men had baalnem) near Mt. Chextnut
tbat evening and were udlowing afu-r him
—otberwimi we would probably be re
cording the deatb of tbe young man of
Porteraville On tbe bill west of Hotter
the young man ran into tbe bank and wan
up*et, and tbe two bottle* of liquor tbat
went flying into tbe tnad were taken from
him. He wu put into bin boggy and he
ctarted off again; bat wheu tbe two men
ra*cbed a point near Judge McCandlena'
place, they found him lying in tbe middle
of tbe road,apparently dead. Tbey worked
wltb him, and brought him to, and walked
him along the road toward* Mt. Cbentnot,
until tbey were met by a delegation irom
tliat place wbo bad captured the borae,aud
ware coming back with lantern* to find the
man. Tbey helped him to Mt. Cbertnut
where be wan again put in bit buggy and
uta'ted for borne. The Butler and Porter*-
▼ille men attended to their buiineiia and
got back to Butler late tbat night and
tbey were both Very tired ueit day. Car
ing for a drunken initi require* both
patience and m uncle.
ÜBB DANA'S bAttaAPAU ILLA 1T»
"TUB JUND TiiAT CUKEB."
— WAXTFD— GirI wanted at 706 Fairriew
—The grip is taking a firm hold on many
people just now.
—lt is about time to get'your "swear-ofT
ready for Sew Year's.
—C. F Ward, a dry goods man of Taren
tum, assigned to A. S. Warner, Tuesday.
—Teachers Intitntes were held this
week in Greenville, New Wilmington,
Beaver, Oil City, Indiana and Meadville
—J. J. Finney the well knowa detective
of Tarentum, W. W. Calpass and George
McLaughlin are after the postofiice there.
Wages were cut from 25 to 50 per cent
at Homestead, Tuesday and no strike fol
—Earthquakes are coming uncomforta
bly close —they had one over at Bedford
last Sunday, and another at Huntington
—The Metropolitan Traction Co. of X.
r. offers a prize of SSO 000 to the inventor
of a method of street railroad propulsion
superior to any now in nse.
When a little Butler boy hung up bis
stocking he pinned this note to it: "Dear
Kriss, this is a he stocking, and I don't
want no dolls ''
—Girls very often dislike each other, bat
when one girl refuses to ]ook at another
girl's new bonnet, you can put it down as
—One of our exchanges begins a Christ
mas editorial with the words: "On the
occasion of the natal day on which the
Savior was born.''
—Fred Glace secured the contract for
the Elm street »ewrr at 08 cents per foot.
The sewer is to be of 10-inch pipe, about
900 feet long, and will average 8 or 9 feet
—A case of "the blind leading the
blind" to the alter occurred in Allegheny,
Tuesday, when a young couple who had
never seen each other, and never will, were
—The storm that passed over the onth
ern part of the county last Monday, blew
down the barn on the farm of Col. Snod
grass in Penn twp., and killed two horses
belonging to hi* tenant.
—The best charity is to keep business
moving and so provide employment, and
the way to do that is for all to make their
purchases and obtain »U supplies right in
ibe community < f which they are mem
—ln most lines of goods the Christmas
trade came np to expectations. Taken a
a whole, it. may not foot up an much in
money value as in flash years, but there
was a great deal of buying and gift-giv
—lt is a bad plan in pdtling paper on
pantry shelves to nse newspapers with lov
stories in them. Send your girl there for
butter and you will find her half an hour
later perched on a flour barrel and al
most standing on her head trying to reao
—The Alumni Association of the Butl»-r
Public Schools held its annual reception
and election of officers in the Y. M. C. A.
rooms on last Tuefdav evening A plea
ant social program was rendered and light
refreshments were nerved by the young
lady Alumni. The following officers wen
elected for the year of 1894:—Samut'
Walker, '93, President; Blanch Wick. '93
Recording Secretary; Leah Uichty, '92
Corresponding Secretary and Alfred Wei
g*nd, 'BB, Treasurer. About 100 Alumni
—A thief captured in Philadelphia for
snatching a lady's pocketbook, said "1
said when I went out to-day that I would
take the first pocketbook I saw. The one
I took was carried by a lady." And that
leads to the question of why a woman
carries her pockbook iu full view of every
body on the crowded street. A man never
carries bis pocketbook in his baud when
shopping, lie kef ps it iu his pocket. But
a woman always carrier ber purse where it
can be seen, evidently thinking that ax
long as she bas hold of it she cannot lose
it. It is the greatest kind of a temptation
for a desperate man to have a big fat pock
book exhibited to bis gaze, and it is his op
portunity. It is said that there are pock
els in a woman's gown—so modern
insist, bat the funny men never find them
—wby then doesn't she put hor parse in
ber pocket T
—The directors of the Monument Asso
ciation met Wednesday ar:d opened bids
for the design selected for a monument
some time ago. Tho bids are as follows:
Geo Iteno, $4,950; Empire Granite Co.,
♦4.700; E F Carr <fc Co , $4,495; Heggs it
Son, $4,333; F. M Kenrio. $4,258; Camp
bell <t Horigan of E. E. Pittsburg, $3,890.
These bids include a commission of 5 per
cent to tbe architect, tbe foundation, and
everything excepting tbe lettering and pos
sible changes. And now will come the
tug of war between those who wish the
monument located on the Diamond and
those who wish it in the old grave yard
between tbe school house and Ibe M. E
Church. Tho Diamond people will make
u strong fight fur it, and it is said that one
man has expressed himself as being ready
to contribute a thousand dollars himself to
have it the other place.
UK ED ANA'S BAKSAPA KILLA" ITS
I 1 *J>l 'll A'l CUBES.
All kinds of China for decorating
—Job work of all kind done at the
—Zuver's Pictures ieave nothing
wanting in finish, tone or a correct
Best place to buy Tabia Linens
Napkins and Towels at
L. STEIN k SON'S.
—Combination suits at 50 cents at
M F. & M Marks'.
Don't forget us on Hosiery And
Gloves, we always.bave the best at
L. PTISIN & SON'S,
—Our stock is the larget in the
city Our styles the latest. Our
prices the lowest.
M F. k M. Marks'
—Boarding House Cards, with Act
of Assembly, 2■> cents for half-a-dozen,
for a%Je at CITIZEN office,
Best styles iu Dress Goods and
L. STEIN k SON'S.
Ladiex satin waists at price half
duriug "Fair" week at
iM. V. k M. Marks'.
—Use the Pnri Tar Cough Drops,
to be had at Richey's Bakery.
Largest and finest display of Holi
day good* at
HEINEMAN'S. Butler, Pa.
—California Orange Cider at
—You eould not. find a more dealr
able Christmas Gift than a bo* ol
Tenney'e New Vork Candies in seal
ed packages at City Bakery.
Bffst underwear in the city at
M P- k M. Marks'.
John J. Law tan. who was taken to the
penitentiary last week.i : prisoner So 1000
at Riverside, and he was the 10 000 th man
to be confined in the Penitentiary of West
At the session of Court last Friday the
Hopkins ca*e was continued till Monday,
the Bth of January., he to be given bail in
%tt"o to keep the" peace and pay costs,
n. pkins is now in jail on account of not
being tble to give bail, und also on ac
count of another information inade against
him by P. E. Morse, Wm. C. Mortimer and
others fir surety of the j e ica.
Wm. S. McCrea wa appointed Assignee
of Johanna Wuiler, last X'riday, vice JohL
Lawall. resigned: and Geo. fcb&finer, Chas
Daffy and 11. J. Klingier, appraisers of the
Sheriff Brown took Jacob W. Gruver, of
Washington township, to Pix:r;ont. last
Saturday, be having been adjadged insane
the day before,
Tony Allen went to Allegheny last Fri
day and secured ft ard Covert and brought
him to jail here. Ward is wanted here !<>r
the a - ault he made upon Henry Zinkborn,
of Harmony, some time ago.
Henry B. Posey was committed to jail
by Esq. Fleming, of Petrolu. a few days
ago, on a charge of embezziiaent.
Letters of Adm'o were granted to Chas.
Oesterling on e»tate of Christina Oesterling,
ol Donegal twp.
The will Elizabeth McCandle.-s,of Adams
township, was probated and letters granted
to C. B. Irvine.
in Judge White's opinion in the case of
the Coin, vs J. C. Kelly, he refers to th
29th Section of the Act of Match 30, l'-00,
directs the settlement papers to be hied;
considers such settlements obnoxions to
the statute against compounding felonies;
but allows the nol. pros.
Judge Yerkes of Bucks county has de
cided that the Court holds the power to
appoint Court House Janitors.
The will of Mrs. Mary. AI worth of Park
er twp , was probated, Thursday, no let
On Saturday last Judge Brtibaker ol
Lancaster Co. summoned Prothonotary
Lewis Hartuian and John I!. Miller, bis
deputy, into the court and charged then,
with altering the record of the court and
with extortion and conspiracy. He said
the officers had been taking illegal fee-,
and he ordered District-Attorney Franklin
to prepare biils of indictment and to hold
ihe pri tbor.i>taiy and deputy in bail fur
trial. The judge and Hartman have been
bitter political enemies for years.
LATK PEOPEKTV TRS SHPB£tH.
W L Graham to Albm Shultz 120 acres
in Franklin for -S4OOO.
John H'irris et al to Jos Graham 105
acres in Connoquenessing for S4OOO.
F J Clotise to Herman Clouse 46 acres
in Oakland for #l.
A W to Annie lieibold 50 acres in For
ward for S2OO
Jaaß to Nancy Stephinson I acres in
Cherry for S3OO.
E Varnum to Washington School District
| of an acre for SIOO.
Mary McMillen to Geo Oesterling et al,
lot in Butler lor $2730.
J H Pizor to Jno A Campbell, 82 acre,
in Franklin for SIOOO.
Kobt Allen to J R Pizor guardian, 20
acres in Franklin for sl.
J A Campbell to Elizabeth Campbell 10
acres in Franklin for $250. and to Loin-
Campbell, quit claim lor 28 acres lor $250
Ezia Grossman et al to J Al lienson, 41
acres in Oakland lor SSOO.
Win Seitz Saxonburg
Laura Scott Witfield twp
Geo W Chappie Butler
II E McLaughlin Parkers Landing
Hughes S Core Donegal twp
Lillian A Narh -
Fred Dike...... Mcf'almont
Ida Parks Renfrew
W C Kider Concord twp
James M Collins Natrona
Kstber B DouUiett .Petersville
Phillip Fuller Kirkwood, O
Cora B Gui.-ite Park wood, Pa
Geo IV Stump Tarentum
Katie McGinuie Allegheny Co
At New Castle, Albert 11. Baker, of
•Slipper)rock, Butler Co., and Sarah Kelly
•if New Wilmington
The well drilled by the Producer's Co.
on the Herman Knoch farm in Jefferson
twp , is dry.
A small shot in the Grubbs well last
Thursday increased its production from 13
to 75 bbls. an hour.
—Millinery at your own price at
Davenny'A and be IS K' v >BK a fi o "
present with every purchase of $1.06
West Sunbury Academy.
Persona desiring a literary train
ing will find Sunburv Academy ad
mirably adapted to their purpone
Tbe winter term open* Jan 2, IH«J4
Prof. C. C. Case holds a Music (Jon
vention from Dec. ,27tb to Jan Ist
For further information uddrens
F. E. KNOCK, I'rin.,
West Sunburv, Pa
—Teachers treat your school* with
candies from the City Bikery.
Look at the display of Holiday
Goods at the People's Store.
Largest assortment and beat values
(i Dress Goods and Cloaks at
L. STEIN k BON'S.
Children's Wooden Bedsteads.
Children's Wooden Tables.
Children's Wooder Rockers a*
J.F. T. STEIILE's
R«d hose, black hose and tan
hose at M. F. k M Marks',
—Take your children to Zuver's
nailery for Pictures that will suit
you. Postoflice building
Heineman's have the largest as
sortmeut and lowest pric s of sleds
ever brought to BuJcr.
—Home made Candies, Christmas
candies, cream and chocolate bou
bons, tree ornaments, candles, etc
of every description at City Hnkery.
Double Blackboards, Secretaries
Dfxks Kureka Baby-Jumpers and
Swing* for sale at
J. V T STKIII.k'S.
For Underwear go to the
Save money by getting Xmas
goods at the
—Teuriev's New Vork Candles at
8«-e the full line of Poems in all
sty les of binding at lowest prices in
the city at
HEINEMAN'S, B a tier, Pa.
—-Home made tallies and candies at
—At Grieb it Lamb't* you are
Hure of beat tcrade of goitarn, cornotH,
harmonican, fluten, violinw, accor
ijjaiiH, mandolins, clarionetc, monic
boxen, banjo*, ptccol'm, Mtrinirrf.
Tbo pfioplf are euthuM.i- tic ov
<r thn PittHliorpr Oinjiatck'n Art Port
foli«N Aflc ynur IMW -dialer to
► liuw you tb:; OITI-r if 31 it ur« not al
ready u au'jecribti . ibt grtateet
offer ever made by a newspaper.
Dead Onto It.
The constabulary and detective force of
Rutler were neatly fooled.Christmas night,
and it happened about this way.
During the day it wa? rumored about
town that a pair of Sharpsburg sluggers
were coming to town, and intended to
fight here for a purse of $75, and three
fourths of the door money,the other fourth
to go to the loser; and it was quietly circu
lated that the fight was to take place in a
ball a tnile or so out the plank road. That,
of course, was a blind; but the officers
thought it was true, and several of theui
went out there. One constable borrowed
a revolver from a certain storekeeper of
the town, and when the storekeeper asked
him the reason, he .-aid there was t > be a
prize figiit out the plank road -uU that they
were dead onto it. Other officers, to
guard against being fooled went out other
directions but. as the sequei showed, they
were all fooled.
A dance was held in Boos' Hall that
evening: and late that evening three But
ier men went to Boos and rented the hail
for a little sport aiid induced him to get
the younz folks out as early as possible.
Towards IM '• i.;!.: about a hundred in :
wb . L<.i i.ckeis (and it is said that 200
tickets were sold at $2 each; assembled in
the bail; the preliminaries were all
arranged in an h« : ror so, and at about 1
o'clock the two sluggers wentat each other
under rules that allowed of three-minute
rounds with one minute re.-ts.
Twemv-eight rounds were fought, and
the man called Clint felter is .->aid to have
had the best of the one called McCoy, but
during_the 28th round Cline pushed Mac
over the rops, and for so doing the Referee
awarded the fight to McCoy.
There was some fighting among the
spectators and betw. en the friends ol the
'.wo men over the decision, but quiet v. a
resloied, and the crowd dispersed.
The sluggers got away on tho earh
train (so it is said) and now the officers
are gathering up the nani'-s cf all who
were present, aud the next Grand Jury of
Cutler county will inquire into the mattt-r.
The law of 1867 regarding prize fights ii<
this State is severe, and reads as follows:
That from and altfir tlio p\ -sfig<> 1 f • .-
ict, wboM*»ror .. <: gjge, or participate
13 \n light, witbiu ibis cogmmn
wualta, <>r any fight or pugilistic eontc.-t.
on the result of which a:;) money or val
uable thin ff U liet or wagered, shall b<
guilty of a nri-denn-anor.and on convictioi
thereof ahall be lined in a sum nfit exceed
ing one thouaind dollars, and imprircraei
:n the penitentiary or the jail of the proper
county, for a period not exceeding twi
years; and every person being present a
*uch tight, or laying any bet or wager on
ibe ri i<alt thereof, whether present or not
-hall !.<; co!-i'iered participant therein,
and as giving encouragement thereto, and
may. at the discretion of the court, be pun
ished in like manner."
Our grocers are paying 25 for batter,
25 for fresh egg*. 40 to 43 for potatoes.
25 for tarnip». 50 for beets 60 for pamnip
anl onions, oto 4 for cabbage, SI.OO h'f
*pp!es, 9c for drei-sed chicken, 10 lor
pd turkey, duck and goose.
Notice to Tax Payers
I'ive per cent, will bo added to all taxe
for tho year 1893 not paid on or befon
December 31, 1893. All delinquent taxer
lor the year 1H92 not paid on or before Jan
nary M. 1H94, will be placed in the band'
of an officer for collection, and a levy or
dered without further notice, unle»H some
■trr.ingeuionu are made, satitflactory to tb<
Collector. SAMUEL WALKER,
We always pay the highest price
for buckwheat at our mill.
G EO. WALTER & SON.
Dr. Clai k.
I)r Clark, Specialist in Chronic
I)inea-es caD be consulted at Butler,
I'a,, L>wry, Hon <i on Saturday and
Monday, jan fith and Bth,
—Teachers contemplating treating
schools should examine the line ol
candies at the City Bakery.
Urieb & Lamb's Great Mus c
Store No. 125 N. Main St. Butkr
G trmac Knitting Yarn, Spanirh
and Saxony Yarns at
L. STEIN & SON'S.
Pianos, Upright Pianos,
Musical Boxes, Mouth Organs of
HJl kinds at J. F T. HTBHLE'S
Christmas goods in endless va
riety at the People's Store.
New Broadcloths, Bedford Cords,
Henriettas and Fine Dress Goods at
L. STEIN SON'S.
Grove City College.
The winter session begins January
2; a large attendance expected Ev
ery department in the college i«
thoroughly equipped. Literary,
Music, and business education can
he secured at a small expense. Ad
dress the Presideut, Isaac C. Ketler,
Grove City, I'a.
Slippery Kock State Normal
Attend tho State Normal School
at Slippery Rock Butler county. Ad
vantages excellent Rates only sll
for 12 weeks. Winter term begins
.January 2. 18!)4. Students may
enter at any time. Send for a
ALBERT E. MA WHY, PII. 1).,
Latest styles in Dressing cases,
Manacures, Work boxes, Shaving and
Ge it's, traveling sets, at
if EINKMAN'U, Butler, Pa.
—lf you want a musical instru
ment for house or church, call and see
us, for hand or orchestra call arid see
us, or write for Catalogue to GRIEB
& LAMB, NO 125 N Main St, Butler,
To the Music Loving People of
Grieb Lamb display in their
window an A. B. Chase Piano, one
of the makes which gained the VEKV
HiiiiiEsT AWARD obtainable given at
the World's Fair. To obtain such
an honor a piano must surely be per
fection, since none others but those
of the very best make, such as the
i clebrated Chickering of Boston, the
i-!ehr Bros, of New York, Ac., were
accorded the name honors. Grieb &
Lamb have for years sold and con.
. stantly kept in stock three makes of
piano-, also two of organs, which re
ceived the highest awards, something
' that even no Pittsburg dealer can
1 boast of. Their object is not to get
a large profit, but to gain the confi
dence of their customers arid furnish
such goods that will always give sat
t isfaction. The above facts demon
strate the earnestness of purpose We
are in position to furnish most any
• make of instruments at the very low
, est cash prices, as we aro not sub
agents, but "general agents" for all
: goods we handle, controling many
counties, thereby saving you the mid
A lartre line of smaller musical iu
strumeuts and sheet music coastna'.-
> ly kept in stock, the later sold at tiaif
- pricf. Il spectfully yours,
T, GRIEB &, LAMJU,
125 N. Main St., Butler.
1 Mrs. Theodore ilelmbold, of Saxonbnrg,
is recovering from a severe illness.
| J. E. Barkhart. of Lamar. Kansas,writes
| us that ho has been sick for the past two
I months, but is better now.
W. P. Robinson has been promoted to
Assistant Agent at the W. P. Depot here,
vice C. B. Bohn who goes to the office at
Allegheny, and Mr. J. B. Stewart succeeds
Mr. Robinson as Clerk.
Chas. Cochran, Esq , of Concord twp , is
recovering from a severe liver and nervous
Dr. Gilkey cannot stand a northern win
ter, and intends going back to Merida.
Lewis Ptirwiance ol Buffalo, spent
Christmas witu bis triends in Cutler Lew.
■..* in tho real-estate business there, aud is
Lew Cochran no longer in the Gov
ernment service, having been superseded
by a Democrat lately.
Treasurer-elect Martin has rented the
Farnswortb house on Centre avenue, and
is now occupying it.
I'rothonotary elect Seaton is occupying
the Mr-". Ru>sell house on W. Pearl St.
J. II Gormley, the store keeper of Mur
rin-- He brts I -en sj-n'-ir.?' : I'. M. firibal
Herman Enoch, ofSaxonburg, is do*ii
with typhoid fever. His son. j. J., who
is a teacher in the Civil engineering de
partment of the Arkansas Indu>tribl
University located at Fayetteville,Ark., is
home on a visit.
Mi.-s Sadie Steelsmith entertained sever
al members ol the Columbia Concert Co.
Miss Lulu McCaflcrty is visiting the
Walkers on Pearl street.
Miss Mabel Heydrick is visiting at
Lock wood's, in Zelienople.
Mrs. Schenck of Butler twp, tow in her
yOth year, is seriou>ly ill.
William Fair, of Jefferson twp.. is in
very poor health. He is in his !Mth year
President Ketler, of Grove City College,
gave some very in;-truciive talks before tao
Teachers Institute here on tho subject ol
psychology and its I.acbi: gs regarding
the origin of hie and the relationship ol
mind and matter. Mr. Ketler holds that
ihey are entirely uurelated, that the body
is but the eovironmei to! the life or mind,
just as the soil, ruin "d riiu-nbine cause
tie gr;;.-.., to gro'.v, but are not its life. The
ii!a in man or herb was described as a
hidden mystery that can only b. gotten by
life, but it needs its necessary environment
to induce growth, The mind is capable ol
kuowing feeling and willing. Teaching
rightly is not putting into the mind, but if
evoking from it these inborn senses and
causing it to grasp ideas.
A man silly years of age and a woman
"I thirty-nine who took out a inarrige
licens. in Butler lately, could not wriie
their names They live in Allegheny Co.
Ladios ant' Misses' Cloaks in ifretn
variety at lowest prices at
L OTEIN & SON 'P.
—Don't ra IBs seeing our Fair di*
play of millinery.
M. F. & M Marks'.
Boy's Carts and Wagons.
Toyn that never out-stay their
Welcome with the Boys at
J. F. T. STEIILE'H.
I will pay the highest eawh pricet
for all furs and sheep peltß. I will
furnish price list to anyoue wishing
to buy furs for me or having an)
lurs for sale.
Call on or address
JOHN W. BURRY,
Box 24, Mt. Chestnut, Pa.
L). L- CLEELAND.
Jeweler and Optican,
\zh South Main Sreet, Butler, Pa.
DiamonriH, fine watches, jewelry;
spectacles, solid and plated ware con
rtaiitly OB hand. Special attention
given to testing aid correctly fitting
A fine stock of Holiday Goods at
prices that will give entire satisfac
Notice the window of
of table oil cloth at th«
Buffalo Blankets, best lor wear at
L. STEIN &, SON'S
—Horse Blankets and Robes at
Martincourt and Go's
THE 0. W. HARDMAN ART CO.,
O. W. Hardman, Manager.
The tendency of an occupation of
this nature is to develop in the artist
the most critical and an alaytical
distinction of lights and shades, but
only that native genius which be
longs to the true artist can properly
comprehend the true effects of each
in its exact relation to the subject
Indeed the practical business photog
rapher can only secure the highest
results from tho possession of those
normal qualities which comprehend
the adoption of science to art. These
reflections are the result of a brief
cousidertlou of the superior skill ex
hibited in the work of the O. W.
Hardmau Art Co., situated at No,
118 South Main Btreet. Here is cl»ar
ly manifested to the connisseur u
natural gift conjoined with a scien
tific knowledge of chemical adaption
in the production of the desired lights
and shades, and in securing the
strongest and most life like effects
Mr. O. W. Hardman is also a pro
ducer of crayons, sepias, wat«r colors,
pastels and oils, and keeps fine speci
mens of his work for the inspection
of visitors He is also a manufactur
er and dealer in portrait frames. The
0. W. Hardman Art Co. has been
established here one and a quarter
years and has already built up a
large and lucrative business. Tho
operating room is equipped with the
latest and most improved instruments
known to the profession. All orders
are executed in the most prompt and
satisfactory manner. Mr. () W
Hardman brings to bear an experience
of many years lie enjoys the en
teem of his professional brethern at
large, while personally he is one of
those whole-souled genial gentlemen
highly regarded in the community.
EUROPEAN * HOTEL.
\i 1 S S. Main St., - - Butler, Pa.
ALEX WILLIAMS, Prop'r.
Everything new—Electric light,
gas and water.
J* Lodging 85, 50 and SI.OO.
% Regular meals at 2. r > < ts.
Boarding at $1 00 u day. *
:-. Lunch Counter •p m all night
W. 11. O'BRIEN & SON.
[Sacce-mom ol Hobutto dfc.O'lirien. J
Sanitary P umbers
And <>fiH Fitters
DEAL ' V
(J i 8 Fixture*
f Nntura' A piia
jJeiimson . i owiy llouho
I BUTLKK. PA.
Outside vs Home Mills.
The Public Sustain Khnglers.
We patiently looked on for a number of
years, how Western Flour and Feed were
.-.hipped into Cutler, to the great injury of
our farmers, our wage-earners and our
millers. It was taking onr labor and our
money, and sending it out West Finally,
we conceived the idea of contesting for this
trade. A bold step it was, on our part, a
practically exclusively wholesale concern,
to appeal directly tc the consumer. How
ever. we knew we were light, and we start
ed out with the well-heeded advice:
"GET 'A CARD' AND SAVE YORIT MOSEY."
It was a fair, open, honest proposition:
Get "a card"' aud we give you wholesale
prices. Why? Because we want you to
buy your own town's manufactures, in
preference to that made by outsiders.
What a noise it made! The air
was filled with imprecations, mis
representations , t nd dtrepropheciea con
cerning us. Yes, some Western mill
ers even cut tte r prices, FOR A WHILE,
to their agents here, and resorted to all
kinds of petty tricks, "just anything," as
they put it, 'to hurt Klinglers "
What did our "card" plau etlect, in spite
of all opposition! It ushered in
AS ERA OF LOW PRICES.
We brought down Flour one dollar per
barrel, Feed three to tour dollars per ton,
etc., etc. We put prices on home products,
warranted absolutely pure, so that the con
sumer preferred them to the Western
goods, which were, he did not know what.
We always made good our advertisements.
We never offered some articles at a low
price, and then were "just oat," when the
buyer came to purchase. We never gave
>hort weight in order to cut the price.
We never sold cheap to one customer, and
then tacked the loss on the next purchas
er's bill. We never cut the price on a lew
articles aud made it np. on other goods.
We sold everything at our uniformly low
wholesale prices, To ALL ALIKE, and the
con;e>-t has been decided overwhelmingly
in our favor. Thejpeople have sustained us
beyond all expectation. We have sent
more goods into the homes of Butler con
sumer's in 1893, than we did in all the four
years previous Trade has come to us from
all directions, and people have designated
»urs as "that cheap place to buy." M ilters
*nd prominent men from all parts of tho
United States have congratu'ated us on
our success in an honest effort to pnsb
h.nie indu.--tries by homo patronage.
What do we sell f
Ff.OCR, liKSUI.N'E FLOUR.
>"o adulterated stuff, like that which
poisoned a family, and off which we published
the analy.-is some time ago. Dr. Talmage,
speaking of adulterations in flour and gro
ceries, said, recently: "It is amazmg that
there is any good health lett after tho sys
temized ami almost universal poisoning
process." We warrant our Flour absolute
ly pure, and the price is lower than any
where, because we sell you at dealers'
cost prices. Just ponder, we aro selling
FLOCR AT 00 CENTS PER SACK,
md lots of it too, but don't imagine it
makes good bread. Like all the so-called
cheap Flours, it is only good for pancakes
or something like that, but if used for
bread it is nowhere compared with our
SNOW DRIFT FLOUR.
Bake a sack of Snow Drift and then bake
a sack of cheap flour (so-called) and com
pare quantity and quality of the bread,
and you will see al once which is the cheap
SILVER FOAM FLOUR
needs no explanation It stands for the
Highest in Flour everywhere.
We also sell
WIS Ft ELD NO. 1 DAISY SALT.
at seventy cents for 280 pounds. This salt
is warranted absolutely pure, the strongest
and best lor dairy, table or any uso. Take
your Pittsburg papers and you will see it
quoted at $1 per barrel, while coarse, com
mon salt is quoted at 00 cents. Even if
he common, coarso salt were sold at 25
cents per barrel, that would not improve
its quality. It would bo common, coarse
salt still. An inferior thing is inferior no
matter about the price.
A HPECIALTV OF ALL KINDS OK 8EEI)8,
and aell nine-tenths of tho needs sold in
Butler. We bay bv the car load direel
from first hands, are situated right on the
line of all the railroads, have reduced the
expense of handling to the minimum, and
don't expect to make a day's wages selling
a bushel of seed. We have a largo linu of
AN IMMENSE STOCK OF KEETL AND CHAIN,
and can give you from a hundred pound*
to a car load of any kind with the excep
tion of liran and Buckwheat Middlings, on
which we might not always be able to fill
orders, as wo are often sold ahead of our
We desire to thank our many "card"
customers and others for their generous
patronage during the oast year, and we
take this occasion to wfrh you all
A OLAI> WKW YKAB,
and t-> pledge you our bent pfTorts for the
coming dayH of '"J4.
We would yet add:
It'ii not so hard,
Nor in it funny.
To get a "card,"
And save your money.
For further particulars apply to
P. S. —We wtill pay Keventy cents for a
bushel of 48 pound* of Buckwheat.
Have Hard Times Struck You?
W bother you imagine it or feel it,
we sympathize with you and offer
you practical sympathy in the shape
of low priced holiday goods.
Some of tho manufacturers had
hard times and sacrificed their goods.
We had sympathy for them and
bought their goods and wo are now
able to sell many things at wholesale
prices Come and see tho finest line
of Holiday Goods ever displayed in
Something for everybody at
Near P. O. uml Court House.
TfT I Tin; WELL
HI A i/ir rw known Artjxt
1/11 Apl 7 arid Photo.
WV||| I #i grapherjformerly
XX \J X ll Li lihti hitad of the
Art Co., will open a Studio and Photo Par
lorn opposite the Hotel Lowry, Cor, Main
and .lefferHiin BtH., Hutler, Pa. This will
be the Went lighted and equipped Studio
and |jrulU«riuH iu the the county. The work
will he Ktrictly firxt class and made under
new formula* by the artist himself, who
has hud 10 yearn practical experience in
largo cities. Portraits in Oil, Crayon,
Hepia. Pantel, <fce. In thin linn we have
no competition, Our portrait* are made
hy hand In our own Studio, from sittinfCH
or from photos. Our work ha« reached
the higheMt standard of excellence and
IH not to be compared with the cheap ma
chine made pictures furnished by other*.
Wait for us; got your pictures from us and
J. if. FAUHKL, Prop'r.
This house lias been thorough
ly renovated, remodeled, and re
fitted with new furniture arid
carpet*; lias electric bells and all
other modern conveniences for
guests, and is as convenient, and
desirable a home for strangers as
can be found in Hutler, Pa.
Elegant sample room for use of
ET BUGGIES at 4 Price sSK«
unto T^r fr ui
mr* 1iwu.1.,1, iu i*itii,'»'.n »,,.| V Tf»T'
i I'm* l"i<Kmrr»*.pt xuunli *l.l. *
iif, •> #«> lUXMI Wwton. Ml oorap«tlt<«... -—"Hg
gin,. gi« it,,.ii curt H,'4' iiu» or r» Z}
♦>" Si'airy •« »| Hi-l.i I. u..u'. jkJEB
ffy k .rn»uH«Wl« •• ' •I'd «I™ ' .
.Ik_ I', a. Ul dUt A CAJIT to. -..rm,
\3VMJ IML JF'W I V4A=UU»I'. v. *-«
Cannot always be cured, but a
properly fitting Truss will do
more toward curing you than any
thing else. A snictll rupture is
more dangerous than a lage one
but is more readily held in place.
Quite a number of persons who
have been fitted by us have been
entirely cured, but this is not al
ways the case. The sooner we
have them visit us after finding
they are ruptured the more hope
of a complete cure. We make a
specialty of Trusses for both
ladies and gentlemen, and give di
rections for private measurement
for the former. All cases consid
ered strictly private. Buying
Trusses by mail from some person
who says he can cure you is on a
paralell with the number of cures
there are for consumption. If you
have had trouble in being fitted
elesewhere let us try what we can
do tor you.
C. Iti. BOYD,
Diamond Block, - Butler, Pa.
'fHE BUTLF.R COUNTY
BUTLER, J PA.
CAPITAL Paid t>, ... fIOO.OOA.M.
SI KPMTS AXl> PROFITS, - S3H,»S*I4.
Jos. Hartinau. Pres't,
J. V. BllU, Vice Prest, C. A. Bailey, cashier,
|DI RECTORS :
Jos. Ilartman, C. P. Collins. o. M. Russell,
U. McHweeney, C. D. Greenlee, J. V. KlCta,
E. !£. A brains, Leslie Uazlett. X. <}. Smith.
W. 8. Waldron. W. Henry Wilson, M. Klnegan.
A (central banking business transacted. In
terest paid on time deposits. Money loaned on
Foreign exchange bought and sold.
INSURANCE COMPANY ol
NORTH AMERICA,IOOth Year
Home of New York,
Hartford of Hartford,
Continental of New York,
Assets $6,380,000.00. I 1
NEW YORK LIFE,
E £. ABRAMS & CO.
Office in HUSELTON BUILDING, ."next
to the Court House.
B. £ B.
Shopping by Mail,
But have you ever tried shopping
by mail in
These Stores P
There's a vast difference, as you'll
agree after you investigate. Among
We offer viz: 850 Jdozens ladies fine
white embroideried Handkerchiefs,
scalloped edges with elaborate em
broidery, 25 and 35 cent handker
15 Cents Each-
Lot Ladies All-Pure Linen fine Em
broideried Handkerchiefs, Fifty
cent ones for 35 cents; 45 cent ones
for 25 cents.
FOR THE MEN.
Fifty Djzen Ail-Silk Mufflers
Cream brocades, black brocades,black
and white plaids, black and cardi
nal plaids.oary and white plaida—
dollar mufflers for 50 cents.
Everything in Ladies and Men's
Silk Mufflers 50cts to $5.00 Each
100 dozens Men's Hemstitched Initial
Extra fine ones,so cts, $5.50 a dozen;
for holiday gifts
Sale of 5,000 ladies' pocket books,
genuine seal calf, grain and moroc
co leather, with sterling silver
mountings—dollar books—at this
holiday sale, 50 cents each. And
there'll be a liyely sale for these
About 20 of the newest and most ar
tidtic designs in Sterling Silver
Toa Spoons at 65cls Each
$3.50 a half dozen. Aud have vou
ever heard of sterling silver tea
spoons at $3.50 per half dozen be
There aro a thousand and one suita
ble items in these various Btocks
suitable for holiday presents for
every member of the family.
Just write our Mail Order Department
and send for a catalogue and see
about the saving in prices.
Boj>j>s & Buhl,
115 to 121 Federal Street,
A.nd everything in
horse and buggy fur
nishing a r -
noss, Collars, Whips.
IJ listers, Haddles, etc.
A lso trunks and va
Hrlopairing done on
The largest assort
ment of fj-A. Horse
blankets in town will
bo lbund at Kemper's.
llotels and Depots,
W. 8. Gregg is now rrming a line
of carriages between the hotels and
depots of the town
No. 17, or|"leave orders Hotel
Im 1 Jbnr ii (ouiifflioi
f if«*« Muii . ..ii, Ue«i »iMifk4i»t>UflaM|lHKtorj
luj» iwniptolJ'M i*A vu.,3i»
h Cur©ssicK Hpadacne
Now We Get Down to
The Fall Season Opens with Elegant
Goods and Splendid Attractions
We are Again Ready to d i the Right Thing BJ YN.
Investigate the Golden i">, .7-7't uuity our So wlstocks flAffords.
We simply ask Look at them
you to see our it will costyou
SfJTVhi H. SCHN£I9EKAN. "ef'Vd"
they will find Jj eQ ' S aa( j $ T- N "lust be seen
Grades ami «"» Mm*. &
one uniform Ivl 0. :ridlll 01., ; e satisfacto-
Price. jtiOi*, Fd. ry in Quality,
*11" My le and
If the best is good enough lor \«»sj com - get 't.
There is no room for i'liort vo?iio■ f t i.i -1 e bargains we
offer this Season
This month will long !>_* rem u'i Ted by our Customers as
one of Money having ln<i:iC'Miit>nt«.
PAN IC PHI Civ S
On Mens, Hoys .mil Children's
Suits and Overcoats.
We have bought the entire balance of the stock of Men's, Boys' and
Children's Clothing of the 1 arg- Clothing Manufacturers, M,
Samptcr, Sons &Co,i~ so as.- Ia- t 4th St., New York,
at 58 cent.-, tu the dollar, v. hid. btr.i lit we will give to
our customers, ior want of -pact we can only
quote a few <1 each of out bargains in out
different line:'. + + t t
Men s suits at s4> 8 ami !<• .'.re worth from $2 to 5 advance
Men's overcoats at $2.50, 4.25. 0 iml 8.50, worth $2.50 to 5.50 more.
Boys' suits (knee pants) from </v r<> $5.50.
Boys' suits (long pants) from $2.25 to 5.50.
Boys' cape overcoats from 4>i 25 to 3.75.
Men's black Mackintosh coats with cape $4.25 worth 7.00.
SCHAUL & NAST,
137 S. Main St. New Reiber Building.
DOUTHETT <& GRAHAM
WILL GIVE A NICE CHRISTMAS PRESENT WITH EVERY
SALE OF $5.00 OR UNDER SIO.OO.
A More Valuable Gift
WITH EVERY SALE OVER SIO.OO.
Bargains in every department, CLOTHING, HATS and GKNTS*
P. S.—Overcoats at unheard of low prices.
Cor. Main & Cunningham Sts.
RAILROAD TIME TA 'U. S.
WKHTKIt.N PENNSYLVANIA DIVISION.
In Effect November 20th, 1893.
Leaves Duller a* follow*:
For Botler Junction and Intermediate
sections,and for Allegheny C1ty,6.16>:35 and
11:00, A.M., and 2:45, and 5:00,|>.m. daily ex
ForTarentum, Freeport and
Valley Junction, 6:15, 8:35 and 11:00 a. m.,
•2:46, and 6:0»l |>. ra., daily except Sunday.
For Sharpsburg, 0:15 ami 11:00 a. m. 2:48
aud 5:06 p. ru.
For filairivllle and Blainville Intersec
tion; 8:16 a. m. and 2:45 p. in., daily except
Trains leavea Allegheny City for Tar*u
turo, Butler Junction and Butler at 6:55
and 8:25, and 10:40 a. m , 3:15. and 8:10,
p. m. daily except Huuday.
Trains pass Blairiville Interaction ea."t
ward as follows:
llarrisburg Accommodation, 7:30 a. ni.,
daily excapt Sunday.
Main Line Express, 9:40 a. m., daily.
Mail Express, 3:18 p. m , daily.
Philadelphia Express 6:3# p. ui., dailj.
From Union Station. Pittsburg, Knsleru
Htandard time, for Altoona. IJarrifburK,
Washington, Haltunore, Philadelphia ami
New York; 3:30 a. m. l'enn'a. Limited,
7:16, 8:00, «:06.a. m. 4:30 p. ni.. 7:00 p. m.,
8:10 p. m. daily.
For Ilarrisburg daily, 1:00 p in.
For llarrisburg Sunday only, 8:40 a. at.
For Altoona daily except Sunday at !>M
a. in, ,
For time tables and further Information
inquire of the Ticket A«eut at tl.e station,
or address Thos E. Watt, P. A. W. Di". 11 »'
Fifth Avenue, Pittsburg, Pa.
(jeneral Passenger Agent.
S. M. PIIEVOMT,
r. k w. a. b.
tjcbedule. lu effect Nov. 19. *l». (Hutler lime).
Tlie Hbort l.lno to I'lttaburg.
iijci-aht hovth. »«-* norm.
.30 a m Allegheny # a a m. Alllfphwiiy.K*
.Itt a m All') t Akron #w a m.AI a N OaMlfl
a m Allegheny Ac 12.30 p in. AJl'jr « I'll go
,Mp m Allegheny Mall iMpm. Alleph'-ny Kx
'.|.3a p m«:iiicnKo KX. r» p m.Aiiy txAkruo
g.iopm AllyiEll. Kx -nop m, Allegheny Ac
navABT Noiri ii. raon noaTH.
lo.oa a in Kane & Itrad. t to a in.Koxburg Ac
ft.uo p m Clarion Ac <*t> a m.OljHon Ac
7,'W p m Koxburg Ac ..40 P ni. Kane Mill
übfajct #octh. | raon *on "■
1.10 am. Dr Forest Ac tt.sr> a m .Allegheny Ac
3.36 p in. <'lilc»|o Kx t.W pin. AHeKlieto K*
0.10 p in. Allegheny AclT.itf |> m. Dal'"test Ac
Train arriving at at 4.5', pro leave i 111 • > do-
IMH, I'lttsburg. at :i o'clo.V
I'ullin in llufTet Sleeping Car* anil Hi ' das*
Day < oacliwi run through between Iluilrr anil
Fur through'tlcknta to polnta In I lie Meat.
Northwest or Houlhwoat apply to
A. B CKOfCM, Agent
I'tTTRBU KO, HUB!* ANOO A LAI It VBI l> B. *
n effect November 'JO. mo. Butler lime.
OOINO WOUTM mOM NO.ITtI.
!■—ft.tt" a. m,. Krie » #BO am. Erie
14—10.10 •• " 11-i.« p w, I rl'
10— 0.uo;p m. Erie IM.IJ p in, Krle
No. U makes elo«i connections for N»*v l »*-
tle. lluffato. Cleveland and Chicago.
No ll make* oodmcMoiii all paita on W
ti.Y. At p. at Mercar Junction,and with N Y
L. K. * W. al Hhensngo for all points e**t.
No. iomakes connections wltli W. N. Y. * I'
at Murcer Junction for Htonaboro ami N»w
Trains leave the I' li W depot In Allegheny
at SJO a m.and II M O depot .1 p in Conneri *<
Butler wiiii ihls roalt aud the train* striving
al llull»r itltt.v) and ii eonnw I llimut'li to
AUegha n\ and I'ltUhurg, Trains l:. 10. n anil
II cooai'i•» n» llntnchjon to «ml f"»'i Hllllscda.
W. E. RALSTON
Is tn the front once more, bard times
and nil, with it brum] new Htoro and
hii elegant ii«V stock of goods .Just
what you want lo ielrct jour Cbrist
m«H I'reaents from Mich sh Fine Gfuld
Watches, Diamonds. Jeivelry, Solid
Silver and Plated Ware at prices
that will down the bnrd times.
Call and fee me nt.
No. 326 S. Main St., Butler.
WATCH AND CLOCK RE
PAIRING A SPECIALTY.
SAW iff ILLS,
Imoroved Variable Friction Feed
A. B. FARQUHAR C
1831 THE CULTIVATOR Jg|4
THEHBI OF THE
Farm Crops and Procesoss,
Horticulture & Frult-Growlng,
Live-Stock and Dairying.
Wbiln it aiao inolnde* nil minor depart
ments of Kara I interest, mob an Urn r»ul
try Yard, Knutuolngy, Hue Keeping,
(irfeiihimse and Vneriiiary Ite
plias, Kami o,UM<llons and Annwers, 1' ire
hide Heading, llniiiesliu Economy, and a
«umiliary ot tlu> New« of the Week. Its
Market. Keporls aie unusually complete,
and muoh attention is paid to the Pros
pects of the Crop*, a* throwing light up
on one of tbu in"Ht Important of all
qaaatio&a—When to Bny and When to Bell.
It Is liberally Illustrated, and by RECENT
KNLAKUEMENT, contain* moru reading
matter than ever before The subscription
price i» "V 0 a yeht, but wo od'er a SPE
CIAL REDUCTION in our
CLUB RATES FOR 1894.
TWO MURIWirriOSH. In <u • rcmliun-e....# 4
MX sl BHriIIPTItMH, <ll do ... 10
TK.I NIIIINCIIIITIOXN, do do ...15
I •'"To all New Hubscribcrs lor IW»4,pay
ing in advancu now, we will send the pa
per Weekly, from our reoeipt of ih« remit
ta»ce, U> January Ist. IMM, without
rr-Bpeoimea Copiw Preo. Afldrem
LUTHER TUCKER A BOX. J'ublMor*,
Albany, N. * .
® OOSSER'S «
W CRKAM GLYCERINE O
lint no «.|tial for rbapped lian>l:<, lip er
m tiav. i r mh> r-:>i»-SMi s of »:•..• t ',. "i. Uid O
It M I i tenle 1 ,im :i U f:-r Iti • f.l«
. . I n cotv-rtvc Ceutt « Bottie.
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